Tag Archives: VVVVVV
Sat, Aug 31, 2013 | 17:48 BST
VVVVVV will be heading to Vita after all, Nicalis’ Tyron Rodriguez has announced. After teasing the possibility on Twitter earlier this month, on the PS blog Rodriguez went over the gameplay mechanics of the Terry Cavanagh title, but failed to provide a release date. Just know it’s official and it’s coming to PS VVVVVVita.
Sun, Aug 11, 2013 | 22:17 BST
VVVVVV may be coming to Vita in the near future if a tweet from Nicalis’ Tyron Rodriguez is any indication. The picture of the game running on Vita, which was tweeted by Rodriguez yesterday, was met with surprise by the game’s creator Terry Cavanagh who responded by saying: “Cool, I didn’t know this was still happening.” Despite the tweet, there’s nothing official regarding the Vita port at the moment. Thanks, Polygon.
Thu, Sep 06, 2012 | 17:25 BST
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Tue, Jan 03, 2012 | 21:30 GMT
Indie developer Terry Cavanagh has vowed to complete three major and five minor unfinished projects during 2012, including anticipated RPG Nexus City, a collaboration with Jonas Kyratzes. 2D platformer VVVVVV is probably Cavanagh’s best-known work; it’s available on PC and 3DS in the US, with a European releases on the handheld expected this month. Hit the link above for screenshots and details of all eight titles.
Wed, Dec 21, 2011 | 23:57 GMT
Over its brief life span the Humble Indie Bundle has brought PC gamers some of the best deals in recorded PC gaming history. Now in its fourth incarnation, the HIB4 is digging deep for new levels of awesomeness, and somehow they managed it.
Buying the HIB4 for more than the average price paid by others ($5.17 as of this writing) not only gets you the original five games (Jamestown, Bit Trip Runner, Super Meat Boy, Shank, and Nightsky HD) as well as the two original bonus games (Gratuitous Space Battles and Cave Story+) but will now earn you yet another five games: Crayon Physics Deluxe, And Yet It Moves, Hammerfight, VVVVVV, and Cogs.
Via Humble Indie Bundle.
Thu, Dec 08, 2011 | 14:00 GMT
The indie developer behind VVVVVV has released At A Distance a co-op title originally designed for the NYU Game Center’s 2011 No Quarter Exhibition. Designed to be played with two computers side-by-side, two players will go through their own stage which features various colored minimalist environments in first-person view. The game does not have instructions, but what each player experiences is linked, so it is up to the co-opers to figure out how to solve the gam’e core puzzle together. Sound trippy, and interesting. You can download the game free-of-charge for either PC or Mac through the link. Thanks, Shack.